We specialize in providing comprehensive coverage in the wake of the most devastating disasters.
Experience peace of mind knowing we have the funds to deliver on our promise when it matters the most.
Beyond your property, we’ll ensure your most important business assets and possessions are protected.
Being a small business owner can leave you especially vulnerable to large catastrophes - that's why we've created comprehensive coverage plans to better protect your building, your most important assets, and even lost income. We provide quality coverage options at competitive prices, along with the ability to rate and bind online for the majority of your small business customers. Whether discussing a new business quote or servicing an existing customer, we pride ourselves on the experience you will have with our talented team of insurance professionals.
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We primarily write small commercial policies through select wholesale brokers.
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Our substantial capital supports our business and is dedicated to both coastal risks and long-term market participation. Our backing allows for expansive capacity to help you grow your book indefinitely.
We are licensed in 50 states as a general agent and underwrite property programs through Independent Specialty Insurance Company, an affiliate of State National Group companies, Inc., rated ”A” (Excellent) by A.M. Best.
For property coverage, consider what’s at risk: building, contents and net income. You should also consider the types of loss that may occur, such as fire, wind and water damage. Be sure to ask your insurance professional to review potential losses and offer the best coverage to protect you if disaster strikes. Finally, be aware of the financial consequences of a loss. Some things are easy to calculate, such as inventory. Other losses are more difficult, such as lost income if you have to shut down your business for three months following a hurricane.
Your best line of defense against loss is to be aware of the type of loss or damage that can occur. For example, if your home or business is in a coastal community, you are at a greater risk for loss due to hurricane force winds and rainwater that might enter your business after roof damage. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30, with the greatest risk of storms in September. You can stay informed by signing up for weather alerts from ready.gov/alerts, the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio. These sites are also great resources to help ensure you’re prepared well in advance of any storm.